Mankind has been responsible for the extinction of many animal species. But natural history futurist Stewart Brand says we may now have the technology that could help reverse the decline. As homo sapiens
A similar treatment for infertile human couples is still decades off. You may have begun as a spark in your parents' eyes, but in the Kyoto University lab of Katsuhiko Hayashi and Mitinori Saitou, baby
An international team of doctors from the University of North Carolina, MIT, Harvard, and the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm have taken a major step toward pinpointing the genetic causes of schizophrenia.
Changing Planet In this installment of Digital Diversity, Gwen Kidera – Project Associate at S3IDF (Small Scale Sustainable Infrastructure Development Fund) – explains how their non-profit organisation
Complex brain-like structures, grown in a petri dish, open up a new way to study neurological disease. In their lab at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Jürgen Knoblich and Madeline Lancaster are growing
About 250 light-years away in the constellation Capricornus (The Sea Goat) lies a star that looks awfully familiar. Known as HIP 102152, the star is a virtual twin of our sun, which in and of itself is
Three distinctly different, deadly train accidents happened around the world this summer, but they might have been prevented with technology that already exists. Three distinctly different, deadly train